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. moving on to item no. 6, new time sheets and payment processs for ihss. we have a presentation by megan elliot. in-home supportive services or ihss. she is the program director of ihss, which is part of the department of aging and adult services or daas. for those of you who are unfamiliar with these programs, let me explain about them for just a moment. in-home supportive services or ihss is a program of medical, which is california's medicaid program, the federal medical insurance for those with fewer financial resources. ihss provides the administrative support and training for personal care assistance for folks who have disabilities. by qualifying for medical, the state's medical insurance program, individuals with disabilities may also qualify for a personal care assistant through ihss. ihss pays people to work as these assistants. ihss workers or providers are frequently family members or friends of the recipient, which is the person receiving assistance. these are people who are already known and/or trusted and with whom the recipient feels comfortable having in their home. ihss
thea honor pleasure to be at the texas book festival serving as your moderator for "new york times" writer and author, raches swarns. i am going to tell you just a few things about rachel because i know you came to hear her ande not me and because our time is n limited.d she has worked for "the new york times" since 1995, reporting on domestic policy, national politics, immigration, the presidential campaign of 2004 n 2008 and our first lady, michelle obama and her role in the obama white house. i met rachel at a very different event this year, where i bought a book, the book she wrote, "american tapestry: the story of the black, white, and multiracial ancestors of michelle obama". after hearing her talk, i bought six more copies. i bought them from my family members to give as christmasrisa gifts. after having read her book i ca tell you it was a goodha investment. it taught me better understand my own family's roots and theyss many mysteries surrounding my own family.wn f rachel swarns' book is a compelling story that at times stirs deep emotions, but it's alsot a story about l
ratcheted up by the likes of the far left mother jones magazine and even the "new york times" editorial wrote in this week. it brought back, said the writer memos written by george w. bush to justify illegal wiretapping, kidnapping abuse and torture. now, the "new york times" is starting to compare the obama administration to george w. bush, this is significant shift. >> the other thing even the nation's gregg mitchell did not make the issue about the drones and the drone bases in saudi arabia as much of an issue which i thought he should have. particularly because 9/11 was supposedly, according to some of the terrorists, because we had bases in saudi arabia. that whole thing was totally looked over. >> cal put his finger on it. after the election. they weren't going mess up obama's bed before the election. now, that the partisan mission of getting him re-elected is completed they can go back to being liberals and worry about due process and where is the aclu. it has been a field day for left wing papers like mother jones and guardian has been on this. they had these reports years ago t
't understand the question. >> first, let's look at the cover of the new "time" magazine, marco rubio, headline, "the republican savior." the more we focus on voices like rubio's -- young, next-generation republican -- and the less we talk about john boehner and the endless budget fights with president obama, we are helping to shift the tone as well. maybe journalists want the gop to moderate a bit. >> well, of course they do. i mean, then -- you know, that's what makes things interesting. you have karl rove coming out with a new super pac that is going to be funding people who are more moderate. and then you have, you know, other people in the tea party, et cetera, who are still trying to shift things as far right as possible and stand up for their morals and principles. >> we have to do both. i do think we have to take seriously this attempt by republicans to rebrand themselves. >> but if there's no change in vote, if there's no change in policy, then are we to some degree -- >> that's true. >> -- perhaps being taken in by the packaging? >> fair point. but let's see what happens on immigratio
criticizing the lapd. >>> news time 5:33. small children have been getting into deep trouble at a school lately and their parents say it's because educators are hypersensitive in the wake of the newtown connecticut shooting. apparent say school officials have -- parents say school officials threatened to suspend students over minor infractionsthey contend they are progeeking adult fears on children and it pose no threat to anyone causing them to revisit the zero tolerance policies. >>> the mother of a murdered teen is featured in public service announcement calling on congress to reform gun laws. >> tell congress to support common sense reforms. so no more innocent children is killed and no parent has to go through the heart break. >> that's the voice of the mother of hadiya pendleton. one week later after performing in the inauguration she was shot to death. crowley and her husband sat next to the first lady at the state of the union address where the president told her story as part of the attempt to call on congress to act. >>> teachers in florida got a lesson to protect. hundreds res
department on the bombing. >>> time is 6:02. in other news for you this morning, the 49ers starting a brand new day in their quest for a sixth super bowl championship. we have sports anchor joe fonzi standing by he's with the 49ers down in new orleans. first we are starting with tara moriarty on a developing story. tara, this is causing new distractions for the team. >> reporter: that is for sure. this is actually an antibullying video that two players made. and it's a little odd but at first both denied ever making it. >> leave -- letting yourself set goals for yourself. >> reporter: line backer ahmad brooks and isaac told a usa today sports reporter they didn't realize the purpose behind a video me made last august was to fight bullying against gay, lesbian, and by sexual teens. now the video has been pulled from the it gets better campaign website. brooks said he knew it was an antibullying video but not an antigay rights thing. >> someone would have told them. >> reporter: you think they should come out and speak out in support of it? >> they should come out and speak out. support teens
. the wanted killer dead in a burning blaze. the new york times reviews a car, but the real facts are missing. and sarah palin slaps the washington post for stupidity. which stories made our list? find out on fox news watch. on the panel this week, fox news contributor, judy miller. cal thomas, jim pinkerton, mrn conservative magazine, and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. members of i have the high privilege and honor of presenting to you, the president of the united states. [applaus [applause] >> thank you, thank you. >> president obama delivered his state of the union address tuesday night pushing his agenda items. setting the tone for his second term and trying in part to cement his legacy, bold and aggressive, that's what we heard the speech was going to be. kirsten before was actually delivered, most in the media seemed to give it a thumbs up. you had kind of a different take? >> yeah, well, i mean, i thought it was a pretty underwheming speech, actually. and the reality is you could almost write the articles before they come out and n
. >>> news time 4:32. this morning police are investigating the death of another maryland student this time on the campus of the university of maryland eastern shore. police say a student was stabbed by a group of men and abc2 news sherrie johnson joins us with the latest on the story. >> reporter: good morning. family and friends are trying to come to terms with the death of 21-year-old edmon st. clair a junior biology major and want to be a doctor. he was killed on the campus of the university of maryland eastern shore on saturday night. his brother and cousin tried to console his mother this weekend. they were with him when that attack happened. st. clair younger brother says he was driving a car on campus when edmond got out and approached a group of men. there was an altercation and st. clair was stabbed. homicide investigators are looking for three suspects. the witnesses say they did not recognize the men but police think the stabbing followed an ongoing dispute. >> i seen somebody push him but they didn't just push him they stabbed them and looked like they went like this. >> report
-279-0379. >>> news time now 4:33. those responsible for killing a university of maryland eastern shore student remains on the loose. police hope surveillance video can help solve this case. take a look. police believe he may be witnessing a murder from saturday night. 21-year-old edmond st. clair was stabbed to death on the u.n.e.m.s. campus. the school and crime stoppers are now offering rewards for up to $7000 for information that could lead to an arrest. >>> annapolis police are calling him one of the city's most wanted men. take a look at your screen because today clarence eugene johnson, iii is expected to turn himself into authorities. he's been charged in connection with a double shooting that left one person dead. judicial notice johnson's attorney -- johnson's attorney says he wants to defend himself against the charges and clear his name. >>> gun control will be fought in annapolis today. governor martin o'malley will host sarah brady at the statehouse. brady's husband was shot in the 1981 assassination attempt of ronald reagan. james brady was shot in the eye and left partially par
is expected to be okay. >>> news time right no 4:34. a lot going on in annapolis today. if you own a dog or a handgun you will care about the issues. that's because both will be in front of lawmakers today. abc2 news' sherrie johnson is here to explain what's at stake. >> reporter: today is a big day in annapolis. some of the session's biggest issues will be up for votes, a senate panel is expected to vote on new gun legislation we're talking about the sweeping gun control measures proposed by governor o'malley. this is the kickoff to what is likely to be an intense effort to change the bill. among other things the bill would ban assault weapons. now supporters will propose changes on anything from eliminating licensing provisions to changing the definition of an also today in annapolis the house will weigh in on the pit bull legislation. brought to the floor on tuesday. the bill would remove the inherently dangerous tag from pit bulls and apply it to all dogs. animal advocates from across the state will also gather in annapolis for a humane lobby day. they plan to urge lawmakers to prot
back on their comeback just again. again elon musk telling "the new york times" review fake. >> "closing bell" is next. >>> hi, everybody. happy monday. welcome to "the closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo at the new york stock exchange. trying to avoid starting the week in the red. tough job. down 35 points. >> six weeks in a row the s&p was positive, but not today. 50i78 bill griffith. on today's agent, stocking trying to get back on track after what was the first losing week of the dow. the dow hasn't closed above 14,000 since it was there on february 1st. >> a warning of two potential road be blocks for the market and the economy. huge automatic spending cuts set to kick in and an increase in the price of gasoline. the president's top economic adviser spurling here on both issues. >> by the way probably the biggest story of the day. is your bourbon being watered down? a big scandal involving maker's mark is unfolding. i know you're a wild turkey drinker, but maker's mark, we'll have the latest on the story they are watering down their bourbon. what? >> yeah, what? >>> let'
time saver traffic. over to you. >>> and news out of russia. are watching fors asteroid that will skirt the atmosphere. those in russia's earl mountain region were hit by fragments of the meteor. and it injured more than 400 people. >> this is video. take a look at this. >> that the buildings were hit and windows shattered following the impact 56 or 6 fragments that exploded. video have been popping up showing the atmosphere and breaking apart in a flash. the damage occurred in the area of the injuries were reportedly due to the broken class. the everyones caused panic but scientists con clouted that it is not connected with the asteroid. it is the size of a swimming pool. you may think that's a long way. and they're up around 23,000 miles above the surface. >>> video coming in and it is incredible every time a man accused of a murder is due to be in court. the trial is expected to start today for quintan bass. it happened in front of a home and we'll let you know what happens in court today. can you find us on twit weir updates. >>> now to a story so many questions about the shooting t
>> walnut creek, campbell, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> not first time since the middle ages, a pope is choosing to say good by, pope benedict xvi bid final public farewell to the followers this morning after the vatican. tens of thousands packed st. support's square as he took the final ride in the popemobile receiving a long-standing ovation and drove through the square in his popemobile. when he steps down tomorrow he will leave for a retreat outside of rome and will remove himself from the public eye dedicating himself to prayer and meditation. >> it is time now for a look at weather. a little hazy. looking for rain. >>the good news although it is hazy, it doesn't look like we will have a "spare the air" with the warm surge. so enjoy it outside. sonoma and napa and sfo oakland, concord, santa cruz, and watsonville, the dryest, ever, going to a new year the 5th dryest in san francisco and second in redwood city so we need the rain. you can see nothing but dust in the bucket right now. we will look from our roof camera, beautiful, beautiful look at the embarcardero and the
-month cyber-attack against the "new york times." that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: former u.s. senator chuck hagel faced a hostile reception today from half of the committee that must sign off before he can become secretary of defense. his senate confirmation hearing centered heavily on criticism from his one-time republican colleagues. the atmosphere was friendly enough at the outset as chuck hagel began his big day before the armed services committee. he quickly sought to allay concerns on both sides about his positions on everything from iran to israel to
the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> not first time since the middle ages, a pope is choosing to say good by, pope benedict xvi bid final public farewell to the followers this morning after the vatican. tens of thousands packed st. support's square as he took the final ride in the popemobile receiving a long-standing ovation and drove through the square in his popemobile. when he steps down tomorrow he will leave for a retreat outside of rome and will remove himself from the public eye dedicating himself to prayer and meditation. >> it is time now for a look at weather. a little hazy. looking for rain. >>the good news although it is hazy, it doesn't look like we will have a "spare the air" with the warm surge. so enjoy it outside. sonoma and napa and sfo oakland, concord, santa cruz, and watsonville, the dryest, ever, going to a new year the 5th dryest in san francisco and second in redwood city so we need the rain. you can see nothing but dust in the bucket right now. we will look from our roof camera, beautiful, beautiful look at the embarcardero and the ferry building. temperature righ
of the tech bites. >>> and in today's tech bites more than "the new york times." other media temperatures such as "the wall street journal" have been the victim of hackers like the times they believe that they had ties to the chinese government. apple is dominating the tablet computer market with a big increase in shipments for the fourth quarter. but a group says the market share is shrinking and sam sung share more than doubled. facebook is offering gift cards. and retailers participating include jam what juice and olive garden is being rolled out you may not see it right away. >>> fans avidyo game series will have to wait longer for the next installment. the release of grand theft auto five has been pushed back, they want more time to polish parts of the game. those are the tech bites v a great friday. >>> and they let the students know about the potential for flooding. however they say they never got warnings. the river crested at 21 feet early yesterday afternoon. >>> and news time is 12 minutes after 6:00. >>> we have some delays. >>> to talk about. talbot and queen ann on a two hou
into the hospitals. russian new agency reports that 20,000 emergency workers are being mobilized. >>> our time is 6:02. later this morning there will be another separate event in the sky. an asteroid 150 feet wide will zoom near earth. ktvu lorraine blanco is live. how close will it come to earth lorraine? >> reporter: about 17,000 miles, dave. and we want to tell you the the difference between that meteor in russian shah and the asteroid you will be able to see in that building behind me. the main difference is size and distance. that meteor was much closer to earth and much smaller. this one you will be able to see is the size of a 15 story building and won't make impact on earth. here's a closer look at the high powered telescope here where you will be able to see that asteroid. scientists will be tracking and mapping the asteroid with this very large expensive equipment. they are calling the asteroid 2012 da14. it will fly within 17,000 miles within earth. if you are worried about armageddon, don't. we are told it will be another hundred years before something big enough to hurt us will hit ear
of water on hand. >>> "new york times," saying reporters there in syria see no end in sight to one photographer calls a bloody stalemate during his trip overseas, senator rubio said told sky news that he believes that the u.s. should provide more aid fir the rebel and if we're not engaged, then i think we increase the chances the outcome there is going to be very negative. certainly assad remaining in power is not good. in the aftermath of that the worst case scenario would be a security vacuum or a government dominated by radical islamists. they need ammunition. >> russia has joined the arab league to broker a peace talks. >>> here's a major reversal from last summer the governor of florida, republican rick scott said that he now supports expanding medicaid in his state despite opposition from tea party supporters many of whom who worked to get scott elected. expanded medicaid could cover more than 1 million low-income people in florida. at least seven republican governors have signed on to the med medicaid expansion. >>> former congressman jesse jackson jr. is facing jail time af
county v channel 2 news. >>> time is 5:02 it may take days or weeks for police forensic scientists to identify the charred human remains found in that burning mountain cabin to know if it's of christopher dorner. investigators say dorner first tried to escape the tightening dragnet yesterday by tying up two maids and stealing is a car. then he reportedly opened fire on fish and wildlife wardens and later at san bernardino officers. one officer was killed and another was wounded. they heard one give up shot when the cabin burst into flame. >> it's very difficult to identify the remains of a person in a building. >> it's still not clear how the cabin caught fire while the sheriff spokesperson says it was ignited by gasoline cnn is reporting that swat teams set off area devices. yesterday as those events were unfolding the police urged the news media to stop sending tweets about the swat team actions. ironically the san bernardino asked them to stop tweeting immediately. >>> a bomb was detonated over night. janine de la vega is in the neighborhood with details on this ongoing investig
york times." david sanger of the "new york times." molly ball of the atlantic, and sari horwitz of "the washington post." >> award-winning coverage and adge sys, covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill. corporate funding for washington week is provided by -- >> we know why we're here, to chart a greener path in the air and in our factories. >> to find cleaner more efficient ways to power flight. >> and harness our technology for new energy solutions. >> around the globe the people of boeing are working together to build a better tomorrow. >> that's why we're here. >> additional corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by prudential. additional funding is provided by the annenburg foundation, the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. once again live from washington, moderator gwen ifill. gwen: good evening. congress wasn't even in session this week. yet the fight over spending and debt raged on. with a march 1st deadline on the horizons dem
against the greenback, trading at a value of $1.3666. >> it is just one day after the "new york times" reported a hackensack american firms. "wall street journal also confirms systematic hacker attacks believed to be coming from china. >> the newspapers say hackers hunted for files related to chinese stores including investigation into the family of the premier. >> china has rejected the suggestion that its military may have conducted the attacks. >> the "new york times" says its computer systems have been infiltrated repeatedly over recent months. >> we are a certain as we can be that this had all the hallmarks of an attack by chinese military hackers. >> but beijing has denied this, saying chinese law forbids hacking. >> there is no evidence for this. these allegations are groundless. >> the first attacks coincided with an investigation into the private fortune of the chinese premier's family. a chinese translation of an article was posted on line last october. and many of the cyber attacks have targeted the reporter. >> they were mostly after david barr boasts of's e-mail on both h
enough to swallow six earths whole. >>> turning to health news, the fda has released a new time of breath silicone jell. it's designed to be firmer, cohesive and safer than previous models. silicone implants were banded from 1992 to 2006 for fear they could cause lupus and others. >> announcer: "early today" health is brought to you by vagisil cream. >>> on wednesday, the dow dropped 108 points, the s&p tumbled 19 and the nasdaq sank 49. >>> the pain continues today with the nikkei tumbling 150 points while the hang seng shot down 400. >>> on wall street, the battle over apple's stockpile of cash continues, hedge fund manager david einhorn will try to sell shareholders on his suggestion that apple will disburse $170 billion. >>> before the bell, walmart reports earnings last week and internal e-mails suggested sales have been stop ted nation's largest retailer. >>> investors will be paying close attention to today's existing home report at 10:00 a.m. yesterday's housing starts sparked a selling frenzy. >>> tomorrow, boeing is expected to pitch to faa officials a final plan to get dreamlin
. the message he and his cabinet have in advance. >> "the new york times" has an interesting editorial. i'm going to read it to everyone in part here. the white house strategy on the white house sequester was built around a miscalculation about republicans. in the end, they would be reasonable and negotiate a realistic alternative to cuts. however, more republicans seem to care about reducing spending at all costs. vital government programs does not seem to bother them. the only way to break this is the cut toss take their toll on everyone's daily life. seem accurate? >> republicans would say to that, wait a minute. the last budget deal over the fiscal cliff, we did something that goes against our core beliefs. we raised taxes even though we didn't want to. we have taken that step. president obama has not yet done that. he's not done what republicans want, which is tax spending. not so much the discretionary spending, but the drivers of the budget, the entitlements, particularly health care. he hasn't done that. they say we have gone first. not you. "the new york times," editorial page fi
, including some very big names. our report from nbc's pete williams. >> reporter: the "new york times" says hackers have been attacking its computer system for the past four months. even managing to get passwords for individual reporters. the paper says its own security experts and the fbi traced the intrusions to hackers in china who it says were employing techniques associated in the past with hackers from the chinese military. another newspaper, "the wall street journal" says it too was hit by chinese hackers who apparently wanted to monitor its china reporting. no attempt, the journal says, to steal customer data. in beijing, any suggestion that the chinese were involved, quote, irresponsible. but "the times" says the hack attack coincided with a series of stories it posted on its website, which reported that relatives of china's prime minister had amassed a fortune worth several billion dollars through business deals. >> we first noticed the unusual activity on our network shortly after we published our article about the outgoing chinese ruling family. >> reporter: security experts and
that is on him. i'm with you, i guess. >> ben, the "new york times" -- sorry. in the washington post jonathan bernstein -- >> let's get that right. "new york times". >> big difference. i'm not saying which one is better. jonathan bernstein writes in the washington post the confirmation process for chuck hagel is a good example of just how far off the rails executive-branch nomination and confirmation has gone. there's basically little in it for the senate when senators turn nominations into a series of gotcha moments and efforts to extrapolate the broad political philosophy of executive branch nominees." >> i have only been covering politics for i guess, 12 years now, so -- >> oh, my lord. did you really say that? >> maybe there's a golden era when senators did not grandstand. that was not was chuck hagel was in the senate, but maybe in some previous -- i don't know. i kind of prefer that they would focus -- that they focus on differences, and that's what they were trying to do. they were trying to tease out the differences between their views and his. there are real differences. obama is nom
't believe i'm doing this. i think it might be time to buy the new york times. not the paper, shares in the company. nyt. yes, you heard me right. i'm about to recommend a newspaper stock. look, everybody knows the newspaper companies have been in decline for years, decades even. what the heck am i coming out to tell you to buy shares of the new york times. simple. they know that they getting rid of the print, that's why they are selling "the boston globe" that's not the business. the business is putting out the content online and charging for it. the new york times the online journal of worldwide record and ever since the nyt put up its online pay wall, this company figured out how to make money off its content on the internet. that's the great leap forward. see, at the end of the fourth quarter, times wracked up a denominal -- they have 668,000 paid digital subscribers, up 13% from the previous quarter, linked, double-digit growth growth for heaven's sake. print may be dying, but content is king. consider aol success. and people laughing about that, and they are not laughing anymor
it will be a time when the committee chair can set a new time there could be a special meeting. but i'm not going to support the resolution as it stands now. so frankly if we took no action today, the staff would be able to select a vendor to do that and maybe that's the best thing to do. commissioner cohen >> thank you speaking to the r f pfshgs process i'm curious can you share the information about the recruitment process to select the director. >> we'll be looking at various factors during the procurement or selection. we'll be looking experience and internally with what other experience they have and the cost. whether or not they have any t a experience. >> thank you very much. so i guess i'm - i appreciate the broad overview i'm looking for more details. >> yes there is a suggested points would you like me to go into the points? we're looking at 10 points for s pe and we're looking at 5 points for the cost of the vendor. we are looking at - maria if you could let me know if i'm exceeding over a hundred. another thirty points for the management approach and another 25 points - 20 percent
s for today. let's get a check now of the abc 2 news time saver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>reporter: good morning, lynette. we are certainly off to a cold start and we are dealing with emergency construction in downtown baltimore. it's right near the transamerica building on south charles street. expect heavy delays, two lanes are now blocked from pratt street to lombard street. now, if you are traveling on 95, here's a live look up in white marsh at route 43. traffic is moving right along. no delays heading downtown. it's going to take you just 15 minutes southbound from the beltway all the way into the city. and here in parkville, conditions will remain nice and clear on 695 here at hartford road, no problems on the inner loop and the outer loop you're looking at the typical 11 minutes from 95 up to 83. and over on the west side 11 minutes as well on the outer loop from 795 down to 95. megan and charley, over to you. >>> south african olympic sprinter oscar pistorius is in court this morning for day two of a bail hearing in the death of his girlfriend. pistor
into both "the new york times" and "the wall street journal." it all looks like a planned move by the chinese military to terrorize journalists who uncover embarrassing truths about beijing. we have the latest on this story and what it all means next up. >>> a startling story today says the chinese hackers successfully broke into e-mail accounts of several reporters from "the new york times" and "the wall street journal." the attacks were coordinated during a "new york times" investigation on the wealth accumulated by relatives of china's prime minister. this is chinese military intimidation, just like the piracy and counterfeiting of american property that goes on in china all the time. i'm now joined by gordon chang, he's the author of the coming collapse of china, and anne lee is the author of what the u.s. can learn from china. professor at nyu and was also a visiting professor at beijing university. why would the chinese military or otherwise pick on "the new york times"? "the new york times" is only slight tloi tly to the right of. i think china is probably more capitalis
that i was down there and i started driving around and remembering things and the new york times wrote a south. he wrote the obituary of martin luther king that non-violence was dead, it was rejected, martin luther king couldn't defeat -- and the story really was that the kennedy administration wanted carl sanders to win in 1962 and there was a federal injunction that was placed on martin luther king. so we weren't up against lori pritchett in georgia. we really had to take on the federal government and we chose not to do that. jack always seemed to understand that we were not a problem. i used to quarrel with the new york times quite a bit because i think they were being polluted by information they rear getting, distorted information they were getting and they would come to talk to us like we were the ones that created all these problems. jack never did that. jack understood where the problem was and i always saw him as a friend. anything he ever asked me, i knew i could answer him candidly and truthfully and there would be no downside to it and there were quite a few, actually those
in the "new york times" over the weekend. the review detailed how the model s sales failed to meet the 300 mile range in cold temperatures. the c.e.o. is dismissing the article accusing the author of writing a "hit piece," saying ""new york times" article is about tests in cold is fake. vehicle logs tell a true story he did not charge to max and took a long detour. "new york times" says they stand stand by the story. >> work is on the final face of highway 4 including the e bart line with the stretch of bart in the center of the highway will have track on it carrying bart passengers between pittsburg and antioch. completion of the line from ten miles east to hillcrest in antioch is still four years appear but it is worth celebrating, with residents helping to pay for bart with nothing to show for it since it was envisioned back in the 60's. >> people have been paying for a long-term this is long over due, long awaited rail extension. >> the construction will take off after 2015 when work on the final expansion project along highway four is completed in addition to doubling the highway from
secretary. >> and signed off on it immediately. >> jon: next, the new york times self-help guide for republicans. >> the new york times prints a punch list of republican problems, pointing out the party's misstep and mistakes. and did they also throw rush limbaugh under the bus? find out next on news watch. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >> stephanie wolf a visiting assistant professor at west liberty university west virginia. instructed her students to keep a journal of news reports about politics, news sources included the economist, the bbc, huffington post, but the top two banned sources onion, which the assignment wrote
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